Websites of Interest

Tips & tools to help you make the most of your money. It includes advice on Managing your Money, Borrowing and Credit, Superannuation and Retirement, Investing and Scams.

Illuminations – resources for teaching math

Illuminations works to serve you by increasing access to quality standards-based resources for teaching and learning mathematics, including interactive tools for students and instructional support for teachers.

Computational Informatics from the CSIROTransforming information and decision making to enhance productivity, foster collaboration and deliver impact through services across a range of sectors.

Fibonacci Numbers and the Golden Section

Information on Fibonacci Numbers, the Golden Section and the Golden String together with their many applications.

Purplemath – Help with algebra

Links to sites with something immediately useful (and free, or free-to-try) for algebra students are listed. Check these reviews for sites containing lessons, tutoring forums, worksheets, articles on “how math is used in real life”, and more.

Statistical Understanding Made Simple

S.U.M.S is a free resource for people who teach statistics. It builds interactive, fun and highly effective tutorials designed to help students understand basic statistics.

Top Websites

Ask Dr Math
Questions and answers are arranged into a searchable archive organized by grade level (elementary, middle school, high school) and topic (exponents, infinity, polynomials, etc.). We recommend using the Dr. Math search box to find what you want.
Measurement conversion charts and converters for metric, imperial and U.S. customary systems. Includes from everyday use to scientific calculators, thousands of units, definitions, abbreviations and formulas.

eFunda – Mathematics home
An online destination for the engineering community. Topics in the mathematics section include Arithmetic, Geometry, Calculus, Series, Elementary Functions, Special Functions, Statistics / Probability and more.

Enriching Mathematics
The NRICH Project aims to enrich the mathematical experiences of all learners. Use the search box – top right hand side of the screen.

Opensource Textbooks – Math
The Internet Archive is a non-profit that was founded to build an Internet library. Its purposes include offering permanent access to historical collections that exist in digital format.

More open source textbooks – Math

MathematicsThe Khan Academy
A free world-class education for anyone, anywhere. Practice math at your own pace. Use the search box to look for the topic you want.I am text block.